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Installing new brake pads on 2000 hyundai Accent GL

How do i install new brake pads on 2000 Accent GL

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REMOVAL installing new brake pads on 2000 hyundai Accent G - 8118049.gif 1. Remove the lower bolt and lift the caliper assembly up and secure it with a wire or some other retaining method. 2. Remove the pads. CAUTION: Do not depress the brake pedal while disassembling the pads 30c09b4.gif

INSPECTION 1. Check the pads for wear or oil contamination and replacinstalling new brake pads on 2000 hyundai Accent G - caution_icon.gif caution_icon.gif The pads for the right and left wheels should be replaced at the same time. Never "drop" or intermix brake pad sets. All four pads must be replaced as a complete set. When replacing the brake pad, check for deformation. When replacing the guide spring, use a new one or the used one after cleaning away foreign material. 2. Check the pad for damage or deformation. Brake pad thickness: Service limited value: 2 mm (0.0787 in.)21873bf.gif
INSTALLATION 1. Install the pad clips. 2. Install thinstalling new brake pads on 2000 hyundai Accent G - b3dcdee.gif each pad clip.
3. Insert the piston in the cylinder using the Special Tool (09581-11000). 4. Install the new pads. The shims are attached to each pad as illustrated5efc485.gif caution_icon.gif Be careful so that the disc or pad isn't contaminated by grease. 5. Install the bolt and tighten to the specified value. Tightening torque Guide rod bolt: 22~32 Nm(220~320 kgf·cm, 16~24 lb·ft)

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